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Every Friday-Sunday from April-October
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Award Winning Accommodations
Fantastic Meals (Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners & Snacks)
Comfortable Hybrid Cannondale Touring Bicycles (road bikes & electric bikes also available)
Amazing Views and Wildlife
Small Group Sizes
Spend a Day Kayaking or Take a Whale Watching Wildlife Cruise
Beautiful Country Cycling Routes
Fully Van Supported
... and so much more


3 Day Inn to Inn Tour - Friday Start - $ 1,280 per person
  Activity Mileage Accommodations
Day 1 Cycle San Juan Island South End 25.5 miles Friday Harbor House, Tucker House or Island Inn
Day 2 Cycle San Juan Island Loop 32.5 miles Friday Harbor House, Tucker House or Island Inn
Day 3 Kayak San Juan Island or Whale Watch Cruise from San Juan Island 9 miles  

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Day 1 - Cycle San Juan Island's South End

We will meet you at our shop in Friday Harbor located at 40 Spring Street, just steps from the ferry terminal and shuttle the group to our starting point, just outside of town. Your guide will help everyone gear up and give a safety lesson before you head out. The bicycle route today begins along San Juan Valley with its sweeping valley views and leads us past False Bay with the iconic Olympic Mountains as the backdrop.

False Bay turns into a massive exposed intertidal zone at low tide, perfect for exploring the tide pools or digging your toes into the mud. This quiet country road has idyllic vistas of the Haro Strait and working farmland.

From False Bay we will cycle out Cattle Point Road towards Cattle Point. This route takes us through American Camp; a National Historic Park in memory of the historic Pig War. Here at Cattle Point you can hike along cliffs through fields looking for fox, rabbits, and bald eagles or trek down to one of the small pebble stone coves found along the way.

Your guide will serve a delicious and nutritious picnic lunch at a small picnic area overlooking the waters of Cattle Pass. Here you can hike down to the beach as your guide prepares your food. Later we will cycle back along Cattle Point Road, with views of Vancouver Island. Before we end the day, we will cycle around Pear Point, leading us past Jacksons Beach.

Meals and Accommodations

Rest in well-appointed accommodations. As top-rated inns best noted for comfort, views, and breakfast, you will find it easy to relax and unwind. Most rooms have jetted baths to enjoy after a day of adventure. Your luggage will be waiting for you in your room when you arrive. Listed are some of our favorites!

San Juan Island – Friday Harbor House or Tucker House

A delicious and full gourmet breakfast is served each morning at your inn; prepared by their creative chef. These breakfasts are well worth waking up for!

Everyday your guides will prepare a delicious picnic lunch using local organic ingredients. Lunch will be served in a scenic location such as a beach, forest, or hillside with a view.

Dinner Restaurants
We choose only our favorite local spots! Our guests enjoy top rated restaurants that are best known for their local cuisine, flavorful dishes, and overall ambience. Listed below are some of our favorites!

San Juan Island – Friday Harbor House Restaurant, Coho Restaurant, Backdoor Kitchen, McMillan’s Dining Room, or Vinny’s Ristorante

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Day 2 - Cycle San Juan Valley

This morning we will cycle along quiet country roads towards the picturesque Lavender Farm. Here you can take photos as you walk through the lavender fields and learn about the many ways to use lavender. We then cycle on towards the west side of San Juan Island, stopping at Whale Watch Park for a picnic lunch and wildlife viewing in Lime Kiln State Park. While your guide prepares lunch, you can hike to explore tide pools in one direction or hike to a beautiful light house in the other.

Afterwards, we will cycle north visiting the largest Alpaca Farm on the island. Here you can check out the herd and learn about the many ways people use alpaca in clothes. We will cycle down to an English garden at British Camp and then on towards Roche Harbor to get an afternoon coffee or ice cream and walk the docks of the beautiful marina. Roche Harbor is a quaint village with artist kiosks to check out, English gardens to explore, a sculpture park to walk through, and a very unique mausoleum for the adventurous.

We cycle White Point and then take a break at a local Gin Distillery and then on to an Oyster Farm, (one of our favorite places on San Juan Island). Here you can enjoy the beautiful scenery, try local oysters, sip a beverage, and relax along the shore of Westcott Bay. Those who would like to call it a day may ride in the support van or you can continue the route into Friday Harbor.

Day 3 - Go Sea Kayaking or Whale Watching

This morning we will either shuttle you to the beautiful Westside of San Juan Island for a day of sea kayaking or you may choose to go on a whale watch wildlife cruise aboard the Odyssey.

The day of kayaking includes a kayak safety lesson before you begin paddling along the evergreen cloaked coastline. As we journey down the coast, we'll stop for a picnic lunch along a beach where you can search for creatures in the tide pools, look for sea glass among the pebbles or simply soak in the scenery. After lunch we will head back out on the water in search of orcas and eagles.

If you choose the whale watch cruise, you will spend the afternoon cruising the San Juan Islands. You can back and relax in comfort while the personable onboard naturalists share their depth of knowledge on the local whales and wildlife with you. After a day on the water, either kayaking or whale watching, your guide will bring you back to Friday Harbor to say goodbye until your next trip!

Gourmet Meals:


Delicious breakfasts served at your inn. Picnic lunches are prepared daily by your guides. Dinners are hosted at one of the island's top resturaunts.


We support our local community and source many of our ingredients from farmers and providers right here in the San Juan Islands.


Eco friendly, sustainable, and GMO/pesticide free. A way of life for many islanders.


Please inform us of your dietary preferences so we can prepare your custom meals. We can accommodate all eating preferences and allergies

What's Included:

We provide all accommodations, transportation, biking gear, kayaking gear, breakfast, picnic lunches, dinners, and a happy hour beverage of your choice after the day's activity**. You will need to bring personal clothing and toiletries, a willingness to learn and a sense of adventure. Our 4, 5, and 6 day tours allow one night for you to explore town on your own. This evening's dinner is not included in the cost of the trip. **We do not cover the cost of alcoholic beverages with dinner.

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Every Friday-Sunday from April-October
Custom tour dates available upon request.

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Please note that the vast majority of our trips follow the routes and itineraries listed on our website, but changes may occur for reasons of safety, weather, logistics and guide or administrative judgement.

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61 or more days before the trip date, full refund of all payments less a $30 per person cancellation fee. 31-60 days before the trip date, guests will be charged 50% of the entire trip cost. 0-30 days before the trip date, guests will be charged 100% of the entire trip cost and no refunds will be made. All cancellations must be in writing and charged amount is determined upon the date of receipt.


We ask for a 50% deposit when you make your reservation for a trip that is more than 60 days in the future. If the trip is 60 days or less in the future, then full payment upon making your reservation is required.